Nintendo Switch gets a new update
Nintendo Switch consoles have been given another new update by Nintendo.
Version 2.2.0 is available to download now, following a period of offline maintenance by Nintendo.
Nintendo is yet to reveal exactly what the update does, but it is said to improve the user experience.
Here's what it says on the Nintendo website: "General system stability improvements to enhance the user's experience."
The Nintendo Switch has already been taken offline once this week, and will be down once again on Wednesday, April 19.
The next period of maintenance begins at 6.45pm (PT) and runs until 8pm (PT), which means UK users won't be affected until 1.45am until 3am on April 20.
According to Nintendo, "some network services may become unavailable", including online play and rankings. It will also impact 3DS and Wii U.
It's possible Nintendo is laying the foundations for the Nintendo Switch Online Service, which is scheduled to launch this autumn.
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Likewise, Nintendo fans are also waiting for news on when the Virtual Console is coming to the console.
There were rumours that it was going to happen sooner rather than later, following an ad that played at a recent Super Smash Bros tournament.
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Fans who tuned in to the CEO Dreamland stream thought they'd witnessed the reveal for Super Smash Bros Melee on the Nintendo Switch Virtual Console.
Unfortunately, however, the video was a hoax, and was actually an advert to tell fans that a fighting game called Brawlhalla would appear at the Shine 2017 event in August.
The hoax happened just days after Nintendo confirmed the release date for long-awaited amiibos like Cloud Strife from Final Fantasy VII, Corrin from Fire Emblem and Bayonetta.
The latest batch of amiibo have been given a July 21 release date, and have so far only been announced for Wii U and 3DS.
It would make sense, however, if the new amiibo released alongside a Super Smash Bros port for Nintendo Switch.